Troopers, I have the tool that enables me to test the M35 injector for opening pressure, and spray pattern. I would like to share that I found a source for new injector nozzles. I shall be listing this toll and the new nozzles in the classified section shortly.
I shall make the excuse for overheating the area around the battery terminal because I could not find my AIR-ACETAYNE tips. I there for had to use a TURBO tip, and I had no control. Had I used a low capacity torch tip, I would have succeded.
WEll troopers, I had to use my dremel tool to cut out he swuare head botl holding the conductor to the melted post. And here is what im left with. I intend to dril a 3.8 bolt into the post and fasten the battery conductors that way...
WEll I went to start truck #3, and no battery [power! Thats unusual as I run this machine frequently. Went to connect the 24 volt chrger and this is what I see...How did this battery terminal shrink like this?
iN WANTING TO BUY An older ROLLS ROYCE, i decided against it because the parts prices were unaffordable. It seems to me that Rolls Royce doesn't have spare parts, and that they make each part in the machine shop upon demand. So much for the high prices.
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